Balinese: That's how the lovely cat feels

The Balinese is a very active cat. Her attitude should be well matched to her lively character. In a large apartment or in a house it is usually wonderfully in good hands.

If you let a Balinese move in with you, you should be prepared for a lot of life coming into the house. The playful kitty is really not quiet. This is what you need to be happy:

Posture with lots of space and climbing fun

If you want to buy a Balinese, you should have enough space and definitely plan in advance that this cat climbs safely on a shelf in between and has to inquire everything exactly. She needs large, extensive climbing opportunities, because she is keen to jump and climb as she is, and she will be happy to let off steam. In addition, she thinks warm places are great and, if they are available to her, will likely be found frequently on heating couches, lambskins and other cozy sleeping arrangements.

The Balinese needs a lot of company

This cat is a fan of a lot of attention. So you should have a lot of time for your pet and expect that she would like to participate in family life. If possible, do not hold the beautiful, elegant cat alone, but with a second cat. Make sure that this velvet paw is friendly, but also strong and dominant. Your animal partner should be equal to her and also fit her in temperament. In addition, the cats should be used to one another as soon as possible, because the Balinese tends to be jealous when it comes to sharing their people.

Cat with easy-care fur

Simply combine brushing your cat with the pats once or twice a week. In principle, the Balinese is easy to care for because its fur is not provided with an undercoat. The lack of undercoat also explains her particular preference for warm places because she freezes quickly.

Mini puma with long fur: the Somali cat

It does not cope very well with a cold, humid climate - so it is also not the ideal cat for outdoors. That being said, it is usually very robust.